Welcome
If you are visiting for your first time and looking for membership information see the article on membership further down this page. You can also download a membership application here:  Membership Application

Membership - All Dues Are Due In February
The Slope Area Rifle & Pistol Club is comprised of shooting enthusiasts from  around the Slope Area. Any individual may become a member of this organization by vote of the executive committee.

Applicants must submit a completed membership application and the appropriate membership fee at a regular club meeting.

The object of this organization shall be the encouragement of organized rifle & pistol shooting with a view toward a better knowledge of safe handling and proper care of firearms, as well as marksmanship.

The Club has it's own 12 acre private range located North of Dickinson, ND.  With safety berms out to 300 yards, the range can accomodate various shooting preferences. Membership is required in order to use the range.

Members of this club are strongly encouraged to be members of the National Rifle Association.

Memberships dues are due February 1st of each year.
Single membership - $40.00
Family membership - $50.00
Junior membership - $15.00

Monthly Meetings are held at 7:30 PM the 1st Thursday of the month at the Eagles Club located at 31 1st Avenue East, Dickinson, ND.

SARPC Officers
The following individuals were elected to office during our annual meeting on February 7, 2014.
President: Dan Brown
Vice President: Lincoln Holz
Secretary Treasurer: Alanna Tomjack
Directors: Harlen Heinle  (1 year), Nathan Hibbs ( 2 years),
and Dave Logosz. ( 3 years)

Concealed Weapons Classes
For information on future class dates, requirements and cost, contact these private instructors: Dan Brown 701-290-6046 or Terry Oestreich 701-290-0569.

NEW CONCEALED WEAPON LAWS TOOK EFFECT AUGUST 1, 2013

BISMARCK, ND – The Legislature passed several bills that change the weapons and concealed weapons laws and as a result, beginning tomorrow, August 1, 2013, applicants for North Dakota’s concealed weapons licenses will notice several new procedures, announced Attorney General Wayne Stenehjem.

The application process has been streamlined and applications now will be mailed directly to the BCI instead of being submitted to the local law enforcement agencies.

Other changes include:
• The application form has been shortened and can be downloaded and completed from the concealed weapons license page of the Attorney General’s website (www.ag.nd.gov).

• Additional fingerprint-based federal record and NICs checks will be conducted on all new and renewing applicants. The extra fees charged by the FBI for the federal record checks are included in the application processing fee, which increases from $45 to $60.

• Non-ND residents must have a valid concealed weapon license from their home state, which state must have reciprocity with North Dakota. The home state is determined by the driver’s license.

• For a Class 1 license, the “look back” disqualifying time period for alcohol-related offenses is now limited to 10 years.

• Defense sprays and stun guns (but not Tasers) can be carried concealed without a concealed weapon license. “The new comprehensive federal criminal record and mental health record check requirements have helped us keep reciprocity for Class 1 license holders with thirty-six states. The streamlined application process will be faster and easier for all  applicants,” said Stenehjem.

New and renewal applications started after today must be submitted using the new form and procedures and the new $60 fee. The BCI will process current application forms that are delivered to local law enforcement today. The green forms are invalid beginning August 1. Applications not delivered to law enforcement today fall under the new laws, requiring the new form and processing fee. Applicants who completed testing in July will need to download and complete a new application form and mail both the new form and the old form (with the testing information) to the BCI, along with the $60 fee.

There are currently 27,219 North Dakota concealed weapons license holders.
Detailed information about the law changes, the new online application process, and a list of certified test administrators, is available online from the Attorney General’s website, at www.ag.nd.gov/
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Welcome!
Slope Area
Rifle & Pistol Club
PO Box 493
Dickinson, ND 58602-0493
contact by email:
Dan Brown

All membership dues are due February 1, 2013
Single membership - $40.00
Family membership - $50.00
Junior membership - $15.00

Officers
President
Dan Brown - 701-290-6046

Vice President
Lincoln Holz - 701-483-0851

Secretary/Treasurer
Alanna Tomjack 701-764-2395

Directors
Harlen Heinle - 701-225-9227
Nathan Hibbs - 715-554-0735
Dave Logosz - 701-225-9461

SARPC By-Laws

SARPC Membership Application

SARPC Range Map






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Under a special Recruiting program, membership in the NRA is discounted by $10.00 to just $25.00 per year!  By joining or renewing through the Club, SARPC receives $10.00 back from the NRA!

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Well said...
Read Lawrence Hunter's Op/Ed in the 12/28/12 issue of Forbes Magazine.
Gun Control Tramples On The Certain Virtues Of A Heavily Armed Citizenry